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Account for Advertising - Walsingham Appeal

Bill for:
List of dates and amounts of advertising and where placed (Catholic Herald, Universe, Catholic Pictorial, Catholic Fireside, Novena, CWL Magazine, Pace)
Fee plus artwork at cost

Leonard F Noble & Partners

Account for Advertising - Walsingham Appeal

Bill for:
List of dates and amounts of advertising and where placed (Universe, Catholic Pictorial, Catholic Fireside, CWL Magazine, Pace)
Fee plus artwork at cost
Agency Fee counter-entry as a donation to the Appeal

Leonard F Noble & Partners

Bishop Clark to Fr Moorcraft: Appeal Advertising charges

Caught napping with the second advertising campaign - was not conscious of authorising it but George had the impression that it was wanted. He has reduced costs by cutting out agency fee and other items for which he could have charged. Please pay; cannot pinpoint the results of press advertising. Puzzled by some charges. "But no more advertising!!"

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Mr Ward: Appeal; Fees

Abortive work costs have to be paid.
Appeal should have a personalised approach by the Bishop - not done - but water under the bridge. The Cathedral is renewing its boilers, etc therefore less of a donation from that parish. Refers to his Ad Clerum in which he states that whilst a generous benefaction underwrites a third of the costs, any approach by Mr Ward should be welcomed.
The pope's visit - go sensitively, unlikely that he will visit Walsingham, so the success of the Appeal should not rest on this alone.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Fr Moorcraft to Bishop Clark: Advertising charges

Paid George Broughton from the Appeal receipts. Assures the Bishop that the advertising charges were on the same basis as the first campaign (May-June 1972). Good idea to get a quote in advance or at least set a cost limit beforehand.

Moorcraft, Gerald William Rev (1936-2011)

Mr Ward to Bishop Clark: Progress; Quantity Surveyor cash flow

Commenting that the Quantity Surveyors' fees are too high - £10,000 for already paid for the abortive work. Has contacted the QS.
Encouraging Bishop Clark to lead the way and stir up his Diocese and Deaneries. The expectation that the Pope is to visit Walsingham is not being discouraged.

Ward, Michael R W (-1995)